Friday, 22 May 2009 6:20 PM
LiveNews | Tim Brunero
The Salvation Army has issued a public apology after a sex worker lobby group labelled one of the charity’s newspaper ads “discriminative”.
The Scarlet Alliance, which represents the interests of sex workers nationwide, took exception to an ad in today’s Daily Telegraph and threatened to issue a ‘red ban’ on the Red Shield Appeal which launched today.
“The very last thing we would want to do would be to distance ourselves from any person in need and so as a direct result we pilled the ad from our public media.” Continue reading